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Fine Woodworking : NOV/DEC 1994 (109)
Events Listings of gallery shows, majol· craft fairs, lectures, workshops and exhibitions are free, but restricted to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers. We list events (including entry deadlines for future juried shows) that are current with the time period indicat· ed on the cover of the magazine, with overlap when space permits. We go to press three months before the issue date of the magaZine and must be notified well in advance. For example, the deadline for events to be held in March or April is January 1;jor July and August, it's May 1, and so on. ARI ZONA: Call for entries·Turning Plus ... Redefining the Laule-Turned Object Ill, Dec. 10-Feb. 5. For more information, send an SASE to Arizona State University Art Museum, Nelson Fine (602) 965-2787. AR Arkansas meets me first Monday of each monul at 7:00 p.m. at Woodworker's Supply Center, 6110 Carnegie, Sherwood, 72117. For more information, call (501) 835-7339. Workshops-Wood-strip canoemaking, bamboo ny-rod making, forged toolmaking for the woodworker, thru November. White River Artisans School, 202 Soum Ave., PO Box 308, Cotter, 72626. (501) 435-2600. KAN O Furniulremaking with hand tools using traditional joinery, weekends. San Francisco. For rnore information, contact Debey Zito (415) 648-6861. Workshops-Various workshops including Japanese woodworking, joinery and sharpening. For furmer information, contact the Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524-3700. Exhibition-Sierra woodworking exhibition, thru Nov. 13. Nonh Columbia Schoolhouse Cultural Center, Nevada City. For funher information, send an SASE to .C.S.C.C, 17894 Tyler Foote Road, evada City, 95959. (916) 265-2826. Show-Celebration of craftswomen, Dec. 3-4 and Dec. 10-11, Fon Mason's Herbst Pavilion, San Francisco. For more information, contact San Francisco Women's Building, 3543 18ul St., #8, San Francisco, 94110. (415) 431-1180. Show-The NOrUlern California Woodworking Show, Nov. CALI弫 RNIA 6, San Mateo Expo Center, Fiesta Hall, 2495 S. Delaware St., San Mateo, 94403. (800) 826-8257. Workshops-Classes on woodfinishing and decorative painting for furniture and cabinets. For schedule, write to Studio 1829, 1829 Stanford St., Santa Monica, 90404. (310) 4530230. Show-The Contemporary crafts market, Nov. 4-6. Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Pico Blvd and Main St., Santa Monica. For more information, call (213) 937-4021. Le 13. Trustees Auditorium, M.H. de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. For more information, call (415) 383-0164. ctur弫 COLO Workshops-Shaker bench, sofa table, Mission lamp table, adirondack chair, firewood carrier, bookcase. Saturdays and Sundays. No experience necessary. Private instruction also available. For more information, contact ule Woodworkers Place at (808) 952-3177. year-round. For more information, write Red Rocks Community College, 13300 (303) 988-6160. Seminars-Woodworking seminars, September Ulru April. For more information, contact Schlosser Tool and Manufaculring Co., 301 Bryant St., Denver, 80219. (303) 922-8244. Juri RAD CO can Crafts 26ul annual juried exhibition, Nov. 12 -Dec. 24. For more information, contact the Creative Arts Workshop, 80 Audubon St., ew Haven, 06510. (203) 562-4927. Workshops-Woodturning and advanced woodturning, carving wooden spoons, advanced bandsawed boxes, thru ovember. Brookfield Craft Center, Route 25, PO Box 122, Brookfield, NNE DIS DELAW thru Nov. 30. Creations Fine Woodworking Gallery, Garrett Snuff Mills, Route 82 and Yorklyn Road, Yorkly. For more information, call (302) 234-2350. ARE James Renwick Fellowship Program in American Crafts, 1995-1996. Candidates must be knowledgeable in the history of twentiem-cenulry American an, craft, or design Deadline:January 15. For more information, contact ule Renwick Gallery National Museum of American Art, Smiulsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 20560. (202) 357-2531. FLO meets every second Monday, 7 p.m. Constantines, 1040 East Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale. For funher information, contact Woody Mclane at (305) 565-2729. Meetings-Central Florida Woodworkers Guild meets the second Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. Woodcraft Sup- TRI RID A: Me etin CT OF COLU MB gs-SouUl Florida Woodworking Guild IA: Call for entries-The 0680弫. (203) 775-4526. : Exhibition·James Mario, wood sculptor, w. O: Classes-Woodworking and related classes, 6m Ave., Lakewood, 80401, or call s-American decoys, Nov. 8; Vermont furniture, Dec. 4: WorkShopS-Woodworking for women. SAS: Meetings-Woodworker's Association of Arts Center, Box 872911, Tempe, 85287-2911 GEORGIA: Workshops-Japanese woodworking by Toshihiro Sahara. One Saturday each monm. For funher informalion, contact Sahara japanese Architectural Woodworks. (404) 355-1976. Me Tools by Redound and Son, Nov. 14, 7:30 p.m. Pre-meeting 6:30-7:15 on sharpening tools. For more information, write to the Woodworkers Guild of Georgia, PO Box 8006, Atlanta, 30306-0006, or call (404) 892-2487. etin ILLIN KE OIS: Show-The Belleville Wood Carvers Club 24th annual Midwestern wood carvers show, ov. 5-6. Belle-Clair Exposition Hall, 200 Soum Belt East, Belleville. For more information, contact Don Lougeay, 1830 East "D" St., Belleville, 62221. (618) 233-5970. Show-Anistry in Wood, 1994 woodcarving show, Nov. 5-6. Chicago Botanic Garden, Lake Cook Road, Glencoe. For more information, call (708) 394-1310. INDIANA: Classes-Various woodworking classes and workshops. For fUrUler information, contact Woodworking Unlimited, 6038 E. 82nd St., [ndianapolis, 46250, or call (317) 849-0193. Classes-Various hands-on woodworking classes woodturning, ft,rniuJre building, finishing and technique classes. For more information, contact Superior Woodworking Supply, 922 Ft. Wayne Ave., Indianapolis, 46202. (317) 635-5747. struction. For funher i in Wood, 415 Center St., Berea, 40403, or call (606) 986-8083. Meetings-Kyana Woodcrafters Inc. meets the first Thursday of each month. Bethel United Church of Christ, 4004 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, 40207. For fUrUler information, call (502) 426-2991 Workshops-Traditional Windsor chairmaking instruction. One-week courses. For further information, contact David Wright (606) 986-7962. NTU "ition-linda Fifield andJack Fifield: Shared Pams, mru ov. 30. Carving, sculpting and beading. Contemporary Artifacts Gallery, 128 (606) 986-1096 ExIu弫 furnituremaking courses. The faculty includes Peter Korn, John McAlevey, Bill Thomas, Scott Hausmann and Owen Edwards. For more information, contact the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, 125 W. Meadow Road, Rockland, 04841. (207) 594-5611 Me MAIN弫: etin ed exhibition-10th annual exhibit sponsored by the Woodworkers Guild of Colorado Springs, thru Nov. 19. Smokebrush Center for Art and Theater. For more information, contact John Lewis, 918 . Royer St., Colorado Springs, 80903. (719) 633-5015. CTICUT: ExIu. "ition-The Celebration of AmeriMA gs-Guild of Maine Woodworkers meets me first Wednesday of every monm. For time and location, call Guild of Maine Woodworkers at (800) 805-5100. MARYLAN弫: Me al conference '94. Annapolis. Featuring demonstrations by David EliswOrUl, Giles Gilson, John Jordon, Bonnie Klein. For more information write to Conference '94, Chesapeake Woodturners, 403 Chesterfield Ave., Centreville, 21617. Written inquiries only_ Festivals-Sugarloaf Craft Festival, Nov. 18-20 and Dec. 9-11, Montgomery County Fairgrounds, Gaithersburg. For more information, contact Deann Verdier, Director, Sugarloaf Mountain Works, Inc., 200 Orchard Ridge Drive, Suite 215, Gaiulersburg, 20878. (301) 990-1400. etin SSACHUSE fine furniture construction. Complete facilities. For more information, contact Wm. B. Sayre, [nc., One Cottage St., Easthampton, 01027. (413) 527-0202. Classes-Woodworking classes, mroughout most ofUle year. For informalion, contact Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Commonwealm Ave., Boston, 02116. (617) 267-4430. Workshops-Toolmaking for woodworkers. First three weekends of each monul, registration limited to two students per weekend. For more info, contact Ray Larsen, Genuine Forgery, 1126 Broadway, Hanover, 02339. (617) 826-8931. Classes-Winter 1995 classes. Woodworking for beginners, woodworking for women, intermediate woodworking. For more information, contact Michael Coffey, One Cottage Street School of Fine Woodworking, One Cottage St., Easthampton, 01027. (413) 527-8480. 7TS Boston. For more information, contact Rancli Lathrop, Society of Arts and Crafts Holiday Exhibit, 175 Newbury St., Boston, 02]]6. (617) 266-1810. Class-Fundamentals of ornamental carving Nov. 5-Dec. 10. For further information, contact the Nonh Benne! Street School, 39 Nonh Bennet St., Boston, 02113. (617) 227-0155. ExIu弫 130 Fine Woodworking "ition-Annual holiday exhibit and sale, Nov. I-Dec. 31, : Ins tru ction-Full-time program in g-Chesapeake Woodturners regionWorkshops-Two-week basic and intermediate CKY: Workshops-Wood turning and joinery ination, write jim Hall, Adventures nfor弫 Broadway, Old Town, Berea, 40403. ply Corp, 246 East Semoran Blvd., Casselberry. For more information, contact Roger Lovell at (407) 841-6155. Meetings-Palm Beach Country Woodturners, monthly meetings. For further information, contact Steve Blank (407) 747-7035. Show-Coral Gables international festival of craft arts, Nov. 12-13. Coral Gables. For more information, contact" Coral Gables International Festival of Craft ExIu弫"ition-Marriage in Form featuring Kay Sekimachi and Bob Stocksdale, Jan. 9-March 8. Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa. For funher information, contact Kenna Moser at (415) 329-2605. Show-26th Annual SFCC spring ans festival, April 1-2. Gainesville. Deadline: Dec. 22. For information, contact the Spring Arts Festival, 3000 NW 83rd St., Gainesville, 32606. (904) 395-5355. Arts at (305) 445-9973. MICHIGAN: Show-Metro-Detroit woodworking show, Dec. 2-4. ovi Expo Center, Hall A, 43700 Expo Center Drive, Novi, 48375. For funher information, contact the Woodworking Shows, 1516 Soum Pontius Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90025. (800) 826-8257. g-Woodworkers Guild of Georgia presents Power MIN to NESOT A: Classes-Woodcarving classes year-round. For information, contact ule Wood Carving School, 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Minneapolis, 55416. (612) 927-7491. Classes-Information, manuals and hands-on experiences are offered through Wild Earth Woodworking at a Minneapolis/St. Paul facility. Ongoing instruction in fundamental advanced woodworking for the home hobbyist and corporate businesses. lame tUrlling, safety and customized classes also available. Contact Wild EarUl Hunter Hill Road, #3 Hudson, MISSISSIPPI: Classes-Various woodworking classes. For more info, contact Nlison Wells School of Arts Inc., Canton. MISSO nual show, Nov. 26-27. Kirkwood Community Center, 101 South Geyer, Kirkwood. For more information, contact Ron Blanton, 412 Woodrun Drive, St. Louis, 63021 (314) 381-8670. ExIu."ition-Marriage in Form: Kay Sekimachi and Bob Stocksdale, ov. 18-Dec. 30. The Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis. For more information, contact Kenna Moser at (415) 329-2605. URI NEW : Show-St. Louis Area Wood Carver's founh an(800) S 489-2787. & NEBRASKA: Meetings-Omaha Woodworkers Guild meets at 7 p.m. me third Tuesday of every month. Westside Community Center, Omaha. For more information, contact John Cahill at 334-5550. Manchester Institute of Manchester, 03104. Classes·Variolis woodworking classes. For information, contact The Hand 03254. (603) 476-5121. Auctions.Antique and craftsman's tool auctions, yearround. Contact: Richard A. Crane, Your Country Auctioneer, 63 Poor Farm Road, Hillsboro, 03244. (603) 478-5723. Workshops-Week-Iong Shaker-style furniture and chairmaking workshops, year-round. For more info, contact Mary Sweet, Dana Robes, Wood Craftsman, Lower Shaker Village, Enfield, 03748. (603) 632-5385. HAMP HIRE Arts & NEW Festival, May 6-7. Waterloo Concert Field, Waterloo Road, Stanhope. Deadline: january 15. For more information, call me Stella Show Management Company at (201) 384-0010. Show-SoumJersey Wood Carvers 15m annual show to benefit Deborah Hospital. Nov. 19-20. New Jersey National Guard Armory, Mt. Holly. For more information, call (609) 853-7025 or (609) 468-6846. JER NEW SEY: Call for entries-Waterloo Arts information, contact NOrUl ew Mexico Community College, EI Rito, 87520. (505) 581-4501. Classes-Fine woodworking classes. For more information, write Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe 87502, or call (505) 438-1361 ShoW-Souulwest MEXI information contact Souulwest Pedro NE, Suite 107, Nbuquerque, 87108. (505) 262-2448. Arts & NEW YORK: Classes-Various beginning and advanced woodworking classes. Constantine's, 2050 Eastchester Road, Bronx, 10461. (718) 792-1600. Call for entries-19ul Annual American Crafts Festival,July 1-2 and 8-9. Deadline: January 5. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York City. For more information, contact Paul Weingarten at (201) 746-0091 Classes-Traditional 18ul-century woodworking techniques with Mario Rodriguez. Contact: Warwick shops, PO Box 665, Warwick, 1 Meetings and classes-New York Woodturners Association meets bi-monully. YWC Arts & 0990 . A, 610 Lexington Ave. (53rd. St.) New York City. Contact Howard Nalouf (914) 337-0226. Classes-Various gilding classes for fine furniture, antiques, frames, carvings, restoration. Center for the Gilding Ans, 381 Park Ave. South, New York City. (212) 683-4822. ClasseS-Woodworking, traditional and contemporary; turning and finishing WiUl Maurice Fraser and Bill Gundling. All levels. The Craft Students League at the YWCA, 610 lexington Ave., ew York City, 10012. For more information, call (212) 735-9731 Show-Designer Crafts Council crafts festival '94, Nov. 5-6. The Schenectady Museum, Turnbull Gallery. For more information, call Manha Hubbard at (518) 463-6496. Fair-Millbrook Crafts Fair, ov. 25-26. Thorne Building, Millbrook. For more information, contact the Artisans Group, PO Box 468, Pine Plains, 12567. (914) 985-7409. Show-Capital ans and crafts marketplace, Nov. 5-6. Thll.lway Inn, Nbany. For more information, contact Quail Hollow WorkCO: Classes-Woodworking classes. For more and Crafts : Classes-Fine ans and studio �Jrts. and Sciences, 114 Concord St., I, PO Box 264, Route 25, Moultonboro, WI 401 54016. (715) Crafts, 4-5. For more information, conWct onh Bennet Street School, 39 Nonh Bennet St. (at Salem St.) Boston. For more information, call (617) 227-0155. Show-Danfonh Craft Festival,June 22-25. Danfonh Museum of Art, Frarningham. Deadline: ov. 1. For more information, call (508) 620-0050. ExIu弫 "ition- orm Bennet Street School Open House, OV. Crafts Festival, Nov. 10-13. For more Crafts Festival, 525 San
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